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Colorful name plates
for each party guest to go along with your Bugville Critters party. Label the
name plates with guests' names or leave them blank so guests can fill in their
own names when they arrive.
Color Name Plates
1. Print on card stock as many copies of this sheet as needed
so that there is a name plate for each party guest.
2. Cut out each name plate and fold each card along the solid black line.
3. Write guests’ names in the space provided or leave blank so guests can fill
in their own names.
Birthday Party Goodies:
- Birthday Party invitations to tell your guests who's having a
party, when and where.
More Birthday Party fun! A colorful guest list to go along with your
Bugville Critters party. List your guests and track
Birthday Certificate - A birthday
certificate for the birthday child complete with a birthday banner
and a birthday cake.
Award Certificate -
An award certificate for party guests or to give out any time to a
Cool Fact #1:
Robert came up with the idea for the Bugville Critters in the 1990s and
wrote the first book in 1996. When that book was published in 2007,
over a decade later, Robert had already completed over two dozen Bugville Critters books.
As of 2010, all of the original books are now fully illustrated and
being released in print.
Cool Fact #2:
Robert's children are the ones who urged him to get the Bugville
Critters books published and that is what he set out to do in 2004. Once
he decided on getting a publisher, it took nearly four years to get the
first set of books into print.
Cool Fact #3:
To bring the books to audio, Robert began working with voice artists in
2005. It took two years of work with multiple voice artists to get to
the release of the first Bugville Critters audio book and five years to
complete the production of all the original books. All of the original
books were first released in audio and then in print.
(c) 2006 - 2011 Robert Stanek. Reagent Press. All Rights